Grateful Dead Live at Auditorium Theatre on 1971-10-21
d1-Beat It On Down The Line
d1-Playin' in the Band
d1-Big RR Blues
d1-Comes A Time
d1-Cold Rain & Snow
d2-One More Saturday Night
d2-Me & My Uncle
d2-Dark Star >>
d2-Sittin' On Top Of The World >>
d2-Dark Star >>
d2-Me & Bobby McGee
d2-Brown Eyed Women
d2-Ramble On Rose
d2-St. Stephen >>
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Auditorium TheatreLocation Chicago, ILSource SBD>>MR>>Cass>>DAT>>CDA>>SHN>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDALineage Bertha Remaster of (Master Reel>>Cassette) sourceTransferred by Jay Ashley
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by firstname.lastname@example.org on March 4, 2002.
There was some minor clipping which was corrected prior to processing.
From original text file:
Original trasfer and SHN endoding done by Scott Clugston.
October 12, 2012
Me and Bobby McGee
I really like Jerry's solo in Me and Bobby McGee.
February 20, 2010
Nice performance. Exellent remaster by Jay.
December 18, 2009
Any talented musician with two hands, such as Keith, could easily play the organ AND the piano at the same time. Listen to Keith the kid is amazing. Remember he would be about 22 or 23 years old at this time!
January 2, 2009
Keith's second show
The keys are being played by Keith Godchaux. It was his second show I believe and he's playing Pigpen's organ, not his piano. Pigpen is absent but the show hints pretty strongly at what was to come in '72. Nice recording, check out Oct. 19 for more of the same.
September 4, 2008
Probably Tom Constanten on Keys
Tom Constanten played keys with the Dead on and off. Since I don't hear Donna Jean, I'd assume it was Tom C.
Also, tear-jerking Comes a Time!
Evan S. Hunt
July 13, 2008
That'll Sorta Take Up The Slack
Artistically remastered presentation of the GD with their new keyboardist, Keith.
No Pig in this show. He is ill. Supposedly.
Really, really, randy Jerry and Bobby throughout.
Phil and Bill are relentlessly unforgiving in soprano-ing our remaining sensibilities, et al.
Yet, despite all such prescribed guitar dispatch there remains a Pigpen-like organ part indelibly intact. How does that compute? Weir just announced there's no Pig on the premises?
Well, all I can say is that perhaps this is a mistaken recording for this date. If not, Weir just didn't realize at the time that Pigpen had slipped back on stage to add some organ presence.
If that pre-supposition cannot be assimilated, all is left to conclude is that Keith was playing some Hammond B-3 on this night.
"If you want professionalism we'll have to charge another buck, shit, like, y'know?"
...Said the bearded man with the guitar